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Spectrum of Consciousness

[/custom_headline][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][lightbox selector=”.x-img-link” opacity=”0.875″ prev_scale=”0.75″ prev_opacity=”0.75″ next_scale=”0.75″ next_opacity=”0.75″ orientation=”horizontal”][text_output]Sound and vision operate in a very small spectrum of consciousness. We only perceive a small amount of those frequencies, our brain in all of its capacity can only take in and process so much information; so it ignores or madlibs the rest of experience. The body and skin, on the other hand, absorb more than you can imagine. Being in a constant state of flux it gives rise to the illusion and also at the same time opening the doors of true perception. How we see the world directly feeds into how we experience it, which in turn carries a tremendous weight on our shoulders of responsibility. Reality comes from nothing, as does our awareness of it. Our meaning we attach to it comes from the past; it has no relevance right now. Let go of who you think you are, it’s gone already. Like a biological magnet erasing the server of you, leaving nothing but an alias. Clearing out of the old to make space for new things to appear; now there is only a pointer to where you used to exist in space. Access only achieved through the amygdala and long term potentiation, our memories now being reserved to a pointer leading to an event we think we might have experienced. Corrupted, the data about who we think we are doesn’t even exist anymore. Yet, we treat it as our true identity, even hiding behind it in perpetual proof that the ‘I’ actually exists. A virtual phantom in the machine.[/text_output][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″]